Med Term Ch. 1&2

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  1. -phobia
    FEAR
  2. -megaly
    ENLARGEMENT
  3. anna-
    UP, APART
  4. macro-
    LARGE
  5. pseudo-
    FALSE
  6. bi-
    TWO
  7. brady-
    SLOW
  8. cata-
    DOWN
  9. hemi-
    HALF
  10. mal-
    BAD
  11. micro-
    SMALL
  12. uni-
    ONE
  13. meta-
    CHANGE, BEYOND
  14. tachy-
    FAST
  15. inter-
    BETWEEN
  16. hypo-
    BELOW
  17. epi-
    ABOVE
  18. cata-
    DOWN
  19. -some
    BODIES
  20. -plasm
    FORMATION
  21. -eal
    PERTAINING TO
  22. Efferent - (ef-)
    AWAY FROM
  23. Afferent - (af-)
    TOWARDS
  24. Bi-lateral - (bi-)
    BOTH SIDES OF BODY
  25. Uni-lateral - (uni-)
    ONE SIDE OF BODY
  26. Distal
    FUTHER AWAY
  27. Superior
    TOWARDS HEAD
  28. Inferior
    TOWARDS THE FEET
  29. Proximal
    CLOSER TO
  30. Superficial
    NEAR THE SURFACE, ON THE SURFACE
  31. Posterior
    BACK, BEHIND (DORSAL SURFACE)
  32. Anterior
    • FRONT  (VENTRAL SURFACE)
  33. Sacral
    • SACRUM 
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  34. Lumbar
    • LOWER BACK
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  35. Gluteal
    • BUTT
    • DORSAL SURFACE

  36. Dorsal
    • BACK SIDE OF BODY
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  37. Palmer
    PALM
  38. Digital
    FINGER/TOE
  39. Manual
    HAND
  40. Carpal
    WRIST
  41. Brachial
    • ARM
    • VENTRAL SURFACE
  42. Antecubital
    • FRONT OF ELBOW
    • VENTRAL SURFACE
  43. Lateral
    later/o
    TOWARDS THE OUTSIDE OF THE BODY
  44. Medial
    medi/o
    TOWARDS THE MIDDLE OF THE BODY
  45. gnos/o
    KNOWLEDGE
  46. rhin/o
    NOSE
  47. ren/o
    KIDNEY
  48. oste/o
    BONE
  49. Ophthalm/o
    EYE
  50. nephr/o
    KIDNEY
  51. gastr/o
    STOMACH
  52. hepat/o
    LIVER
  53. luek/o
    WHITE
  54. gynec/o
    WOMAN, FEMALE
  55. hemat/o
    hem/o
    BLOOD
  56. aden/o
    GLAND
  57. -iac
    PERTAINING TO
  58. carcin/o
    CANCEROUS, CANCER
  59. cardi/o
    HEART
  60. cyst/o
    • URINARY BLADDER
    • A SAC (SAC CONTAINING FLUID)
    • A CYST
  61. derm/o
    dermat/o
    SKIN
  62. electr/o
    ELECTRICITY
  63. enter/o
    INTESTINES, USUALLY SMALL INTESTINES
  64. erythr/o
    RED
  65. glyc/o
    SUGAR
  66. ot/o
    EAR
  67. arthr/o
    JOINT
  68. path/o
    DISEASE
  69. ped/o
    CHILD
  70. psych/o
    MIND
  71. neur/o
    NERVES
  72. bi/o
    LIFE
  73. cephal/o
    HEAD
  74. cyt/o
    CELL
  75. chondr/o
    CARTILAGE
  76. chrom/o
    COLOR
  77. Vestibule
    vestibule/o
    SMALL SPACE OR CAVITY AT THE BEGINING OF A CANAL
  78. hist/o
    TISSUE
  79. -plasia
    DEVELOPMENT, FORMATION, GROWTH
  80. -penia
    DEFFICIENCY
  81. -stasis
    STOPPING, CONTROLLING
  82. -lysis
    DESTRUCTION, BREAKDOWN, SEPERATION
  83. -coccus
    BERRY SHAPED BACTERIA
  84. -centesis
    SURGICAL PUNCTURE TO REMOVE FLUID
  85. -genesis
    CONDITION OF PRODUCING, FORMING
  86. -us
    STRUCTURE, THING
  87. -ole
    SMALL, TINY
  88. -ule
    SMALL, TINY
  89. -um
    STRUCTURE, THING, MEMBRANE
  90. -ous
    PERTAINING TO
  91. -ia
    CONDITION
  92. -er
    ONE WHO
  93. -oid
    RESEMBLING
  94. ad-
    TOWARD
  95. ab-
    AWAY FROM
  96. contra-
    AGAINST, OPPISITE
  97. de-
    DOWN, LACK OF
  98. infra-
    BENEATH
  99. supra-
    ABOVE, UPPER
  100. eu-
    GOOD, NORMAL
  101. syn-
    sym-
    TOGETHER, WITH
  102. ultra-
    EXEL, BEYOND
  103. -type
    PICTURE, CLASSIFICATION
  104. -ose
    PERTAINING TO , FULL OF
  105. -ism
    PROCESS, CONDITION
  106. -ior
    PERTAINING TO
  107. Ventral Cavities
    • THORASIC - (THORAC/O)
    • ABDOMINAL - (ABDOMIN/O)
    • PELVIC - (PELV/I)
  108. Dorsal Cavities
    • CRANIAL - (CRANI/O)
    • SPINAL - (SPIN/O)
  109. 3 Body Cavities
    • CRANIAL
    • THORASIC
    • SPINAL
  110. Dextrad
    dextr/o
    TOWARDS THE RIGHT
  111. Ipsilateral
    ipsi-
    SAME SIDE OF THE BODY
  112. Sural
    • CALF OF LEG
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  113. Popliteal
    • BACK OF KNEE
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  114. Olecranal
    • ELBOW
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  115. Vertebral
    SPINE
  116. Acromial
    • SHOULDER
    • DORSAL SURFACE
  117. radi/o
    X-RAY
  118. cerebr/o
    CEREBRUM, LARGEST PART OF THE BRAIN
  119. sarc/o
    FLESH
  120. onc/o
    TUMOR
  121. iatr/o
    TREATMENT, PHYSICIAN
  122. Contralateral
    contra-
    • OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE BODY
    • LEFT ARM/RIGHT LEG OR RIGHT ARM/LEFT LEG
  123. Sinistad
    sinistr/o
    levo-
    TOWARDS THE LEFT SIDE
  124. cis/o
    TO CUT
  125. crin/o
    TO SECRETE, GIVE OFF
  126. encephala/o
    BRAIN
  127. cervic/o
    NECK
  128. coccygl/o
    COCCYX, TAILBONE
  129. ili/o
    ILLIUM, PELVIC BONE
  130. Sinus
    sinus/o
    sin/o
    CAVITY OR CANAL WITHIN THE BONE
  131. Apex
    apic/o
    POINTED EXTREMITY OF ORGAN
  132. Body
    corpor/o
    som/o
    somat/o
    LARGEST, IMPORTANT PART OF ORGAN
  133. Fundus
    fund/o
    BASE OR DEEPEST PART OF ORGAN
  134. Fornix
    fornic/o
    ARCHED PART OF ORGAN OR STRUCTURE
  135. Hilum
    hil/o
    ENTRANCE/EXIT
  136. Lumen
    lumin/o
    SPACE WITHIN ORGAN
  137. -therapy
    TREATMENT
  138. -tic
    PERTAINING TO
  139. neo-
    NEW, BIRTH
  140. -malacia
    SOFTENING
  141. -opsy
    PROCESS OF VIEWING
  142. -sclerosis
    ABNORMAL CONDITION OF HARDENING
  143. -ptosis
    PROLAPSE, DROOPING, SAGGING
  144. -pathy
    DISEASE PROCESS
  145. -stenosis
    ABNORMAL CONDITION OF NARROWING
  146. -metry
    PROCESS OF MEASURING
  147. -icle
    SMALL TINY
  148. -dynia
    PAIN
  149. -cele
    HERNIATION
  150. -graphy
    PROCESS OF RECORDING
  151. -osis
    ABNORMAL CONDITION
  152. retro-
    BEHIND, BACKWARD
  153. Auto-
    SELF, OWN
  154. -algia
    PAIN
  155. -emia
    BLOOD CONDITION
  156. -itis
    INFLAMATION
  157. hypo-
    BELOW
  158. hyper-
    ABOVE
  159. a-
    an-
    NO, NOT, WITHOUT
  160. sub-
    UNDER, BELOW
  161. -al
    PERTAINING TO
  162. -ac
    PERTAINING TO
  163. -ary
    PERTAINING TO
  164. -ar
    PERTAINING TO
  165. -ic
    PERTAINING TO
  166. -eal
    PERTAINING TO
  167. in-
    INTO, WITHIN
  168. -oma
    TUMOR, MASS
  169. pre-
    BEFORE, IN FRONT OF
  170. post-
    AFTER, BEHIND
  171. anti-
    AGAINST
  172. para-
    par-
    ABNORMAL
  173. -stomy
    NEW OPENING
  174. -scope
    INSTRUMENT TO VIEW
  175. -meter
    INSTRUMENT TO MEASURE
  176. -tome
    INSTRUMENT TO CUT
  177. -tripter
    MACHINE TO CRUSH
  178. -trite
    INSTRUMENT TO CRUSH
  179. -logist
    ONE WHO SPECIALIZES IN THE STUDY OF
  180. par-
    NEAR, BESIDE
  181. trans-
    THROUGH OR ACROSS
  182. dia-
    THROUGH, COMPLETE
  183. -sis
    STATE OF, CONDITION OF
  184. -scope
    INTRUMENT TO VIEW
  185. -ion
    PROCESS
  186. -globin
    PROTIEN
  187. -ist
    SPECIALIST, ONE WHO SPECIALIZES IN
  188. -gram
    RECORD
  189. -genic
    PERTAINING TO PRODUCING, PRODUCED BY ORIGIN
  190. pro-
    BEFORE, FORWARD
  191. ex-
    OUT, AWAY FROM
  192. -rrhage
    -rrhagia
    BURSTING FORTH
  193. -rrhea
    DISCHARGE, FLOW
  194. -rrhexis
    RUPTURE
  195. -rrhaphy
    STRUCTURE
  196. -plasty
    SURGICAL REPAIR
  197. -tripsy
    PROCESS OF CRUSHING
  198. poly-
    MANY, MUCH, EXCESSIVE, FREQUENT
  199. ante-
    FORWARD, IN FRONT OF
  200. -logy
    STUDY OF, PROCESS OF STUDY
  201. dys-
    ABNORMAL, DIFFICULT, BAD, PAINFUL
  202. -tomy
    PROCESS OF CUTTING
  203. -ectomy
    REMOVAL, RESECTION, EXCISION
  204. peri-
    SURROUNDING, AROUND
  205. per-
    THROUGH
  206. endo-
    end-
    WITHIN
  207. inguin/o
    GROIN
  208. kary/o
    NUECULOUS
  209. pelv/i
    PELVIS, PELVIC BONE
  210. medi/o
    MIDDLE
  211. later/o
    SIDE
  212. dors/o
    BACK PORTION OF BODY
  213. dist/o
    FAR, DISTANT
  214. bol/o
    TO CAST, THROW
  215. anter/o
    FRONT
  216. adip/o
    FAT
  217. proxim/o
    NEAREST
  218. poster/o
    BACK, BEHIND
  219. thel/o
    NIPPLE
  220. ventr/o
    BELLY SIDE OF BODY
  221. viscer/o
    INTERNAL ORGANS

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